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The Invisible Terrorists (1976)
"Tian luo fei sha xi yang hong" (original title)

 -  Action  -  12 July 2004 (Sweden)
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Rebels in medieval China place secret documents in the hands of Shaolin priests. The list is entrusted by Abbot Wei Hung to a rebel who splits the list into three parts, giving two of the ... See full summary »

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Chung-kuei Chang ...
(as Cheung Chun Kai)
Hui Lou Chen
Yuan Chieh ...
(as Yuen Jai)
Kang Chin
Hsiao Hung Chiu
Yu Chun Chu
Lan Shu Fu
Ping Kuo
Mo Jin Lan
Chung Lin
Wang Nan Lin
Lieh Lo
Cliff Lok ...
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Ping Lu
Chung-Erh Lung ...
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Rebels in medieval China place secret documents in the hands of Shaolin priests. The list is entrusted by Abbot Wei Hung to a rebel who splits the list into three parts, giving two of the pieces to other rebels. But one of the three is the "Invisible Terrorist", a spy working for the evil general. Written by Jeff King <peff@iname.com>

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Wild Hero
13 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cheap DVD re-release has now taken on the title of another film, "Hero of the Wild." One of the best of its genre in its period. The plot is very odd for the time - at one point a character rapes his own sister to escape detection by enemies! - and you won't guess the real villain here until the end, which is rare for 'fu films of the period.

The kung fu action is intense - as intense as I've seen from historical 'fu films of the period. The acting is above par. Can't say whether the cinematography matches the story, action, and acting, due to format I saw this in, but I suspect the wide-screen version is also above par, many scenes are well-set and well designed.

A real surprise here. Needs to be watched more than once, if only by fans of the genre.


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